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October 30 - Grateful
Beautful Skyline over Villanova I am starting  a series of posts that talk about how grateful I am. I am hoping to do this bit at least 2x per week.  I am not sure how this is going to work, let's just call it an experiment. Today, I am grateful for woman I...

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Building a Team - a lesson from ETSY
Photo by Eric Ziegler As I was reading the blog post from the retired CTO, Kellan Elliot-McCrea, from Etsy , I became interested in more about who he was and what made him so special.  So I did some research and came across this awesome article. How Etsy g...

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Making False Assumptions
Most of what you see and think is a lie. When I first read the title of one of John Stepper's blog posts (John is of Working Out Loud book fame , I wasn't sure what I would find. The title, The man singing falsetto in the ladies' room , definitely attracted...

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Continuous Intelligence
Continuous Intelligence Photo by Eric Ziegler Where is business intelligence really going? Is it just about the data or the analytics or is it about the true business value that can be obtained by doing better and faster analytics in real time.  At the rece...

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Employee Engagement Survey —>  http://www.vinjones.com/what-holds-everyone-back-from-creating-an-engaged-workforce/

Would you please give me your quick thoughts and feelings on your employee engagement efforts?  Thank you!
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Trust Quoted Wherever You Look

It really does seem to be everywhere. This from a sign in Zurich airport. Companies use the word "Trust" because they know it is important to us. They also rely on our intuitive understanding of it and our usually poor articulation of its dynamic, to take advantage of our desire to trust them. 

Trust (http://goo.gl/uTFDqd) as it turns out, is both an articulation of hope and a measure of anticipated risk. Because we live in a digital world that is decentralized, asynchronous and largely anonymous, learning how trust works, how we can assess it and what we should expect when it is implemented in relatively new conditions is key to our online lives.
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The article is great but don't be mistaken, there is still A LOT to do. 

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Would you wear a camera like this, that takes a picture of your activities every 40 seconds or so, to train it, and have it make recommendations for changes to your routines, and helpful predictions?
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